Thursday, May 11, 2006

Reps Ask DHS to Investigate Border Patrol Info Given to Mexico

Sara Carter reports in today's Daily Bulletin that three members of the House of Representatives have called for the Department of Homeland Security to launch an investigation into the exact nature of the info the Border Patrol is providing the Mexican government about civilian border patrol groups:

"We are deeply concerned that if the media reports are accurate and the Department of Homeland Security is relaying information to the Mexican government on the locations of these citizen groups, whether formally or informally, their safety is being put at risk and their peaceable goals undermined."

Meanwhile, Michelle Malkin reports that a DHS spokesperson gave her information that exactly contradicts the DHS response yesterday to Andrew McCarthy. Michelle was told "twice and plainly, that the agency does identify when and where civilian volunteers are involved with illegal alien apprehensions if border-crossers call their neighborhood Mexican consular officials to complain about intimidation or harassment while sneaking into the country."

Stay tuned.


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